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Frosty Paws at Walmart!

Discussion in 'Feeding' started by Fawn's Mom, Apr 14, 2005.

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  1. Fawn's Mom

    Fawn's Mom Super Boxer

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    Yup - I found em last night in the popsicle area in the frozen foods (obviously!)
    I wasn't even really looking - I was buying popsicles and there they were!
    I brought them home and gave Morgan one outside on her chain...she LOVED it!
    My husband asked me what she was eating and I told him - he laughed!
    He thinks I'm crazy!
     
  2. jlynnholt

    jlynnholt Super Boxer

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    I'll have to check I have been lookign for them everywhere. My fiances parents get then for there dog and she LOVES them!! Do you think I can give them to an 11 week old puppy?
     
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    my dog's love them. there is also another one called dogsters. my guys love that one and it has omega 3&6 there favorite is carrot and cheese yogurt.
     
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    I buy Dogsters for my dogs also, they like the Peanut Butter and Cheese flavor. Sounds yucky to me but they love it! I buy them at Publix down here in FL.
     
  5. Fawn's Mom

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    Frosty paws for 11 week old...

    I would think it should be OK...not sure though. There's nothing in them on the ingredients list that looks "dangerous" for an 11 week old...
    Maybe someone else can tell us!
     
  6. Jan

    Jan Reasonable Moderator Staff Member

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    You can make your own Frosty Paws for a lot less money. You could add any flavours you like.
     
  7. Fawn's Mom

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    I'm going to save the cups that they come in and put yogurt, banannas, peanut butter and stuff in there for Morgan and re-freeze them.
    They are like $3.?? a box of 4 so kind of pricey.
    I already freeze yogurt for Morgan and she LOVES that! But they're "inhaled" too quickly.
     
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    apollosdad Boxer Insane

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    i'm going to have to try them out.
     
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    I think I will make my own also thank's for the tip jan, that is such a great idea. I can put all the things that I want my babies to eat. since summer is coming and in florida it is so hot. this will make them smile.:)
     
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    I have a picture of Roscoe in my gallery eating a Frosty Paw. It is pretty funny. He loves them so much.
     
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